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Hagerstown Community College


COURSE: INT 213 Instrumentation and Process Control II


3 Credits


COURSE DESCRIPTION: Students will study instrumentation applications,

techniques, adjustment and calibration of various systems. SCADA, PC, and PLC based
system control of basic processes are covered in detail. Topics such as computerized data
acquisition and evaluation are incorporated into the lab environment. Students will use
hands-on training systems to build and control processes. Students will be able to identify
the signal processing capabilities, apply major features of smart transmitters. Students
will practice the techniques of system calibration using process simulation and real world
lab equipment. Total of 45 hours of lecture.
SCADA: Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition, 4th Edition, Stuart A. Boyer, 2010,
ISA, ISBN: 978-1-936007-09-7
Process Technology Troubleshooting, Charles E. Thomas, 2009, Delmar Cengage
Learning, ISBN: 1-4283-1100-9
On successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
Set up and control a process using Digital Instrumentation Components.
Organize data, set goals, and deliver desired results within a Digital
Specify and install instrumentation equipment required to accomplish needed
results in a control system.
Set-up and test an installed instrumentation system.
Provide routine maintenance for instruments within a monitoring or control
Trouble-shoot common instrumentation systems.
Describe the function of a complete SCADA / PLC system start to finish.
To earn one academic credit at HCC, students are required to complete a minimum of
37.5 clock hours (45 fifty-minute academic hours) of coursework per semester. Those
hours of coursework may be completed through a combination of hours within the
classroom and hours outside the classroom. Certain courses may require more than the
37.5 minimum hours of coursework per credit.
For most classes, students should expect to do at least 2 hours of coursework outside of
class for each hour of in-class coursework.

Upon completion of the course, the student should be able to:

Implement a PID system.
Implement a control system that utilizes digital I/O, pressure, flow, level, and/or temperature
Utilize process control symbols as part of a system implementation
Collect and chart data using computer interface and data collection software.
Identify needed parameters and set to desired values within a control system.
Select program and graphics required to implement a SCADA system.
Commission an Instrumentation System including SCADA.
Evaluate collected data from an instrumentation system.
Identify security risk and determine standard precautionary measures.
Lab Assignments
Research/Final Project 40%
3 Exams
Grading scale for final grade:
A = 90% - 100%
B = 80% - 89%
C = 70% - 79%
D = 60% - 69%
F = 0% - 59%
Any violation of the Hagerstown Community College Honor System will result
in a failing grade for the entire course.
Attendance Policy: Students are expected to attend all classes. In the case of absence
due to emergency (illness, death in the family, accident), or participation in official
College functions, it is the student's responsibility to confer with the instructor about
the absence and missed course work. Further, it is the student's responsibility to
withdraw officially from any class, which he/she ceases to attend. Failure to do so
may result in the recording of an F grade. Students absent from an announced
(major) test or examination, unless authorized, may be given an equivalent
examination later at the discretion of the instructor. Each unexcused absence will
result in a deduction of 2% from overall grade (up to a maximum of 10%)
Honor Code: upon admission to HCC, all students sign a pledge to uphold an honor
system, which holds the qualities of honesty and integrity in highest regard for the
duration of their educational experience. The HCC Honor Code Policy and
Procedures is published in the Student Handbook and may be obtained in the Student
Activities Office.
Continuing Education Students: A certificate of completion will be presented to CE
students who attend at least 75% of scheduled classes.

Academic Dishonesty: Plagiarism and cheating are serious offenses and may be
punished by failure on exam, paper, or project; failure in course; and or expulsion
from HCC.
Reading and Workbook Assignments are due at the beginning of class on the date
indicated in the course schedule. Five points may be subtracted from late
assignments. Assignments will not be accepted after one week late.
Cell phone calls, texting or web usage is not permitted in the classroom. Please turn
them off or set them onto Airplane Mode prior to entering the classroom.
Services for Students with Special Needs: Students who have special needs are
encouraged to identify themselves to the Coordinator of Disability Services as early
as possible. Reasonable accommodations based on current documentation are
provided to qualified students. Contact:
Jaime L. Bachtell Coordinator, Disabilities Services
Department: Disability Services
Email: bachtellj@hagerstowncc.edu
Phone: 301-790-2800 x 273
Disclaimer: The instructor reserves the right to alter the course content,
assignments, examination due dates, and grading as circumstances arise.
1. Introduction to Process Instrumentation and Troubleshooting
2. Process Symbols and Diagrams
3. Advanced PID Control Loops
4. Process Control Component Design and Function
5. Process Control System Implementation
6. SCADA Introduction and Overview
7. SCADA Purpose, Elements & Layout
8. SCADA Historical Development
9. SCADA Real-Time Systems
10. SCADA Operator Interface
11. SCADA Security
12. Implementation of an integrated system.


Reading Assignment
Process Technology Troubleshooting (PTT)
Chapter 1 Introduction to Process Instrumentation
and Troubleshooting
Chapter 2 Process Symbols and Diagrams
Chapter 4 Introduction to Control Loops

PTT Chapter 1&2 Review
PTT Chapter 4 Review Questions

Edibon Manual Characteristics of the Control

Saga of PID
Festo Manual Chapter 4 Design and Function
Festo Workbook Chapter 3 - Analysis

Edibon Unit PID Loop Controls

practices 2 through 15
Festo Workbook Chapters 1 & 2
Festo Workbook Chapter 3 Analysis

Festo Manual Chapter 5 Commissioning

Festo Workbook Chapter 4 - Commissioning
SCADA Unit 1 Introduction and Overview
SCADA Unit 2 Purpose, Elements & Layout
SCADA Unit 3 Historical Development
SCADA Unit 4 Real-Time Systems

Festo Workbook Chapter 4 Commissioning

Unit 2 Exercises
Festo Wonderware Review
Unit 4 Exercises
Festo Wonderware Screen

SCADA Unit 10 Operator Interface

SCADA Unit 11 Remote Control
SCADA Unit 12 Security
Handout Integrated System Design

Unit 10 Exercises
Unit 11 - Exercises
Festo / Wonderware SCADA
Integrated System Implementation

Review For Final Exam


Implementation Cont.